What is a cookie?
- Identify you when you visit the website
- Improve the functionality of the website, such as storing your preferences
- Improve the performance of our website, to help provide you with a better user experience
- Track what you have done on the site
Cookies themselves don't hold personal information. In many cases, we won’t be able to link the information we collect by using a cookie back to you. They can, however, enable us to link that information back to you and your personal information, for example, when you log in, or choose to register for our service, or download a piece of marketing collateral.
We don’t pass on or sell the information collected by cookies, except where required by law (for example to government bodies and law enforcement agencies).
Cookies we use
We've put the cookies we use into the following categories, to make it easier for you to understand why we need them:
- Strictly necessary — these are used to help make our website work efficiently
- Performance — these are used to analyse the performance of our website and how we can improve it
- Functionality — these help to enhance your experience by doing things such as remembering to load the main navigation menu bar instantly when you revisit the site
How to manage your cookies
Some people don't like the idea of websites storing information on their device. It is possible to block cookies and delete cookies that have already been set, but you might lose some functionality of the website.
We are planning to offer finer control in the future over what cookies are stored once the EU E-Privacy Regulations have been finalised.
For now, you can enable or disable cookies in your browser settings. Information on how to restrict or block cookies through some of the more popular browsers can be found here:
Alternatively, you can visit www.aboutcookies.org to find comprehensive information on how to do this on a wide variety of browsers.
Cookies on our site
|What is it called?||What is it used for?||Type|
|__cfduid||This cookie is set by the CloudFlare service to identify trusted web traffic. It does not correspond to any user id in the web application, nor does the cookie store any personally identifiable information.||1|
|client_provider||Used to display correct provider content in the banner and other parts of the login page.||1|
|.AspNetCore.Antiforgery.[token]||Used to protect against some types of XSS attacks.||1|
|idsrv, AspNet.Cookiesq, idsrv.session||Standard Session Cookies .AspNet.Cookies, idsrv, idsrv.session These are basic session cookies created by the Microsoft ASP.NET platform on which this website runs. They are used to remember your browser between pages and authenticate you when you access secure content. These cookies are strictly necessary for accessing content that requires logging in.||1|
|__RequestVerificationToken||Used as part of ASP.net AntiForgery system to prevent an CSRF attack.||1|
|ARRAffinity||This cookie is set by websites run on the Windows Azure cloud platform. It is used for load balancing to make sure the visitor page requests are routed to the same server in any browsing session.||1|
|Source||What is it called?||Type|
|Google Analytics||- Various cookies to distinguish unique users by assigning a randomly generated number as a client identifier; included in each page request in a site and used to calculate visitor- Session and campaign data for the sites analytics reports- Store and update a unique value for each page visited- Speed up the delivery of google analytics code to users’ browser to prevent pauses in site use||2|
|Launch Darkly||Various cookies enabling us to roll out new features slowly to ensure they improve care.||1|
|New Relic||Various cookies for monitoring browser performance enabling us to build a better experience for users.||2|
If you require more details about any specific third-party cookies, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What happens if I restrict cookies?